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Table of Contents, Introduction 4, Red Cross Swimming Water Safety 5. Healthy Teaching Practices 6, Site Requirements 8, Equipment Requirements 10. Decontamination of Training Aids 14, Storage of equipment 15. Red Cross Swim 16, Red Cross Swim Preschool 17, Red Cross Swim Kids 19. Red Cross Swim Adapted 21, Red Cross Swim School 23.
Red Cross Swim Camp 24, Red Cross Swim for Adults and Teens 22. Red Cross Swim Basics 22, Red Cross Swim Strokes 23. Red Cross Swim Sports 24, Red Cross Lifeguard 25, Lifeguard Code of Conduct 26. Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard 27, Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Transfer 28. Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Recertification 29, Red Cross Pool Lifeguard 30.
Red Cross Pool Lifeguard Transfer 31, Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguard Upgrade to Pool Lifeguard 36. Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguard 37, Instructor Development Program 41. Instructor Policies 42, Instructor Program 51, Water Safety Instructor Course 52. Water Safety Instructor Recertification Course 55, Water Safety Instructor Transfer Course 57. Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Instructor 59, Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Instructor Recert 61.
Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 2. Red Cross Pool Lifeguard Instructor 62, Red Cross Pool Lifeguard Instructor Recertification 64. Red Cross Pool Lifeguard Instructor Transfer 65, Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Instructor to Pool Lifeguard Instructor Upgrade 67. Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguard Instructor 69, Waterfront Lifeguard Instructor Recertification 71. Waterfront Lifeguard Instructor Transfer 72, Instructor Trainer Program 74. Water Safety Instructor Trainer Course 75, Pool or Waterfront Lifeguard Instructor Trainer 80.
Water Safety Master Instructor Trainer 84, Glossary 85. Common Acronyms 88, Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 3. Introduction, The Canadian Red Cross has committed to reviewing these bi annually to ensure they. support quality delivery in the field, These standards were developed for Instructors Instructor Trainers Master Instructor. Trainers Training Partners and staff of the Canadian Red Cross to use and follow The. document includes standards for all participant level Red Cross Swim and Red Cross. Lifeguard and the requirements for all the Instructor Development Programs that support. the participant level courses, Lifeguard program content and standards included in this document are those accepted by.
the Canadian Red Cross based on IFRC GFARC Global First Aid Reference Centre guidelines. and they meet the decisions agreed upon by the national training agencies for first aid and. CPR AED techniques, A copy of the 2016 International first aid and resuscitation guidelines can be found here. The latest guidelines can be found at www redcross ca firstaidguidelines. Red Cross Swimming Water Safety, Healthy Teaching Practices. Teaching Time, First Aid Equipment, Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 4. Red Cross Swimming Water Safety, Red Cross Swimming Water Safety Goal. Improve quality of life by preparing people to make safe choices increase physical fitness prevent injuries and act. in emergency and rescue situations, Red Cross Slogans VISIT MYRC REDCROSS CA FOR.
Swim with the best I NSTRUCTOR AND TRAINING PARTNER. Red Cross Lifeguard Skilled Proud Ready, Swimming Water Safety Aim. Our aim is to reduce drowning and water related injuries and fatalities by providing Canadians with. awareness and knowledge to recognize and avoid dangerous situations. knowledge and skills required to save lives, basic rescue skills to enable them to save others and. knowledge and awareness to recognize hazardous environments and equipment in their communities and to. provide solutions, All Canadian Red Cross courses, teach participants how to prevent injuries and avoid risky behaviour. include a component on the emergency medical services EMS system and. have a recommended time frame that allows you to effectively teach the course content based on the number. of participants in the class the amount of equipment and the previous training of the participants. Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 5. The Red Cross Emblem, The Red Cross Red Crescent and Red Crystal emblems are internationally. recognized symbols used to protect individuals during armed conflicts They have. V ISIT REDCROSS CA TO, a secondary use to identify organizations like the Canadian Red Cross that make.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE, up the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement the Movement We. safeguard both uses in the Geneva Conventions and in national laws RED CROSS EMBLEM. Appropriate use of the emblem helps preserve its protective power and by that. helps to save lives The Red Cross emblem is among the most recognized symbols in the world. Consistent and correct presentation also makes good sense for promotional and fundraising. purposes We should therefore display it on any Red Cross materials publications or products and. use the emblem in conjunction with the name Canadian Red Cross. Even the most effective symbol cannot create a positive visual identity in a vacuum Every item that. displays the corporate identity the Canadian Red Cross name and emblem posters products and. signs must live up to the image of the Canadian Red Cross All of these pieces must work together. as an integrated whole to guide and reinforce a positive total image. Training Partners, Canadian Red Cross Training Partners are allowed to use the Training Partner logo under the conditions outlined in. our graphic standards Training Partners are also allowed to use the Red Cross Swim logo suite under the conditions. outlined in the Red Cross Swim Logo identity guide. The Universal Sign of First Aid, The universal sign of first aid is a white cross on a green background and should be used to designate a first. aid station first aid kit or other first aid related item. Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 5. Use of Unauthorized Materials, Instructors or Trainers must use only the participant materials handouts and slide presentations developed and produced. by the Canadian Red Cross for the Canadian Red Cross Swimming Water Safety Programs Instructional personnel are. permitted to develop games activities and other learning tools for use in the classroom These tools must accurately. reflect and remain within the content of the appropriate program Any tools developed are for classroom use only and. cannot be used as post course take home materials, Copyright Ownership and Control.
All Red Cross materials and resources are copyrighted Copyright statements appear on all teaching resources and other. training documents, Copyright 2012 The Canadian Red Cross Society. All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form. or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without prior permission from The. Canadian Red Cross Society, Healthy Teaching Practices. The Canadian Red Cross has a responsibility to safeguard the health and safety of participants enrolled in any. Canadian Red Cross course The materials and procedures found in the Red Cross Swim program reflect this. As an Instructor Instructor Trainer one of your responsibilities is to protect participants from health risks The. procedures outlined here are designed to limit the risk of any strenuous practice that could cause injury or. sudden illness limit the risk of transmission of communicable diseases and limit the risk of one participant. injuring another when practising on a partner, Physical Activity. Participants and Instructor Instructor Trainer candidates must be made aware of the following at the start of. every Red Cross course, For most people the physical activity involved in a Red Cross Swim lesson lifeguarding or Instructor Trainer. course should not pose a threat to their health There are a small number of people who may find the physical. activities in a course strenuous If they have any of the health conditions listed below we recommend that they. do not participate in the skills practice and demonstration involving physical activity until they have checked. with their personal physician, A history of heart attack or other heart conditions.
Respiratory problems, Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 6. Upon registering for an Instructor or Instructor Trainer Course participants should be advised that physical activity is. required when demonstrating skills during a course Participants must be able to demonstrate all the skills in the course to. receive certification, If registrants have any concerns about the level of activity involved in the course they should be directed to consult. with their physician prior to attending the course. If their physician has provided the confirmation to proceed they should advise the Instructor Trainer before the. course begins Should they wish to remain in the course but are unable to perform all of the required skills they. cannot successfully complete the course and receive certification. Prevention of Disease Transmission, Prevention of disease transmission PDT and handwashing components must be included in all Red Cross. programs Good hygiene is important in any first aid swimming or lifeguard program because unhygienic. practices can pass on many infections Individuals who are infected with a contagious disease should use their. own mannequin and all precautions should be taken to reduce exposure to other participants. Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 7. Site Requirements, Red Cross Training Partners must comply with requirements regarding operations safety equipment emergency. equipment pool requirements and Instructor certifications as stated in your provincial territorial legislation. There are very specific operational requirements in place to prevent the transmission of disease These are outlined. by your province or territory and municipality Some of the legislation you need to be aware of in your area includes. the following, Public Health Act, Workplace health and safety regulations.
Building code, Fire regulations, You can also obtain more information through. provincial territorial recreation associations, aquatic facility operator courses and. Red Cross Aquatic Programmer Course, The ability to execute a safe dive depends on many factors Such things as size skill level and experience of your. swimmers as well as the nature and regulations of your instructional site have to be taken into account Certain. sites may not be appropriate for diving and the skill itself may not be appropriate for all swimmers to perform. It is the responsibility of each Training Partner to determine whether or not the basic diving skills of the Red Cross. Swim program will be part of the curriculum at their site and to designate a safe diving site if appropriate If your. site is not suitable to teach diving please inform your Program Representative to ensure we have a record of this in. your Training Partner file, Provincial territorial or municipal regulations should be adhered to where applicable In program sites where diving. is not taught due to unsafe circumstances ensure that all progress cards and mid session reports are marked Diving. not taught at this program site Red Cross Water Safety Instructors are trained to consult with their supervisors. regarding diving instruction Consider the following information and safety precautions to help guide the safest. decision for the swimmers the Water Safety Instructors and the facility. 1 Is the entire path of the dive at a constant depth no risk of hitting an upslope. 2 Is the entire path of the dive barrier free no risk of impact with walls underwater equipment underwater. hazards or swimmers, 3 Is the depth of the water sufficient for swimmers to enter safely no risk of impact with pool bottom site.
4 Is the water clarity such that any barriers underwater hazards can be detected. Swimming Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 8. Lifeguarding, Minimum depth requirements for pool and waterfront. The ability to execute a safe and successful lifeguarding course depends on many factors Such things as size. depth and water conditions for waterfront ie weeds and temperature as well as the nature and regulations of. your instructional site have to be taken into account Certain sites may not be appropriate for the running of pool or. waterfront lifeguard courses, 1 Minimum Depth Water depth must be appropriate for the safe successful execution of deep water skills. such as surface dives submerged person rescues and entries see diving guidelines on preceding page. 2 Maximum Depth Candidates are not required to perform a skill deeper than 2m for Assistant Lifeguard and. 3m for Pool or Waterfront Lifeguard, It is the responsibility of each Training Partner to determine whether or not their site is appropriate for conducting. safe and successful lifeguarding courses Provincial territorial or municipal regulations should be adhered to where. applicable If your site is not suitable to teach the lifeguarding program please inform your Program Representative. to ensure we have a record of this in your Training Partner file. Please Note although the maximum depth for the prog. Swimming amp Water Safety National Program Standards 2018 Page 4 Introduction Overview The Canadian Red Cross has committed to reviewing these bi annually to ensure they

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